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emptystreets27

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  1. emptystreets27

    Is there really a job waiting for us Filipino nurses in the US?

    i understand. and no i'm not seriously considering what i just said. i apologize.
  2. emptystreets27

    Is there really a job waiting for us Filipino nurses in the US?

    @miyage thanks for your insights. i appreciate the time you took to post messages in my thread. so i need to get there maybe look for a job as a waiter or something. then hopefully be able to find a hospital that will hirer me. hehe. good luck to everyone of us!!
  3. emptystreets27

    Is there really a job waiting for us Filipino nurses in the US?

    @m1yage believe it or not but they're employed. the one in vermont i forgot the name of the hospital but other classmate in houston texas she's working in triumph hospital. they're actually working already! they're a step ahead of me because of their green card.
  4. emptystreets27

    Is there really a job waiting for us Filipino nurses in the US?

    @yehs14 yes i did attend a three week review for the IELTS test pero im located here in davao but in case you live near the area, i reviewed at the study aide avenue. they helped me perfect my reading and listening test. got an OBS of 8.0! thanks to them! on average a review will cost php 4,000. and there are review centers that offer unlimited review, flexible schedules so it all depends on your needs.
  5. emptystreets27

    Is there really a job waiting for us Filipino nurses in the US?

    okay. thanks for your comment and advice but the thing is i already have 2 classmates (one in vermont and another one in texas) already working even without the experience but they are green card holders. but regardless of what's going to happen i'm still going to take the nclex exam anyway.. i'm compelled to do it! plus my schedule na. anyway hope everything's going to work well for us!
  6. This issue has haunted me ever since I graduated last year. I just passed my NLE this year, took and just passed my IELTS two weeks ago and about to take my NCLEX exam this September. Passing the exam is really no big deal for me as should anyone who has plans of taking the exam as long as you put your mind to it. After passing all the exams and processing for Visa Screening, what now? Can we really be employed by American employers considering the issues US faces with its own nursing graduates? I already have a US tourist visa but that's just it. I don't have any experience whatsoever. I want to know if there are people out there who have the same issue as mine. I've spent soooo much time and money preparing for all these exams. I don't want to waste more of my time, fantasizing about working in the US and ending up not getting hired at all. I don't want to be pessimistic but I don't want to be too optimistic either and end up getting disappointed and depressed about the whole matter. Can anyone here offer me a dose of reality please? I badly need one! Thanks!
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